What's the best Canadian deal for the Pixel or Pixel XL?

If you're a Canadian looking to buy one of Google's latest phone, the Pixel or Pixel XL, you're definitely going to want to take advantage of some of the deals being offered by carriers and other authorized sellers. These are premium devices, with prices starting at $899 for the 5-inch Pixel and a whopping $1,049 for the 5.5-inch Pixel XL.

Your best bet is to buy through a carrier and finance your purchase through a wireless plan. Here's the best deals available from the major Canadian carriers.

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Pixel

Interested in the smaller of the two Pixels but not interested in buying it outright at full price? You're going to have to settle for signing up for a 2-year plan with one of the major carriers to bring that price down, along with likely settling for the 32GB model. There have been a few preorder deals that you might still be able to get in on, but you'll have to act very fast. Here's the breakdown of the best contract deals available from the major carriers.

  • Best Buy is offering a $100 gift card if you pre-order your Pixel XL through them, and activate it on a plan with Rogers, Telus or Bell.
  • Rogers is offering 2GB of bonus data for 12 months, $50 worth of Google Play Store credit (credits expire December 30th, 2016), and a free Google Chromecast when you buy the 32GB Pixel for $199.99 on a two-year Share Everything Plus plan (offer expires Oct. 19).
  • Bell is offering the 32GB Pixel for $399.99 when you sign up for a 2-year plan starting at $50 per month. If you're a new customer, you might be able to get additional discounts against the cost of your new phone if you inquire in-store.
  • Telus) is offering the 32GB Pixel for $200 on a 2-year Premium Plus plan starting at $90 per month, or $400 on a 2-year Premium smartphone plan starting at $80 per month.
  • Fido is offering the 32GB Pixel starting as low as $400 on a two-year plan. They're also one of the few Canadian retailers to offer the 128GB Pixel, which starts at $560 on a two-year plan.

Pixel XL

Go big or go home. If you're after the Pixel XL, you know you're going to be paying a little extra compared to the 5-inch Pixel. With the pre-order deals quickly expiring, if you don't want to pay full price outright for your new phone you're going to have to settle for signing up for a 2-year plan with one of the major carriers to bring that price down, along with settling likely settling for the 32GB model. There may still be time to get in on a pre-order deal before the phone launches Oct. 20, but you'll have to act very fast.

  • Best Buy is offering a $100 gift card if you preorder your Pixel XL through them, and activate it on a plan with Rogers, Telus or Bell.
  • Rogers is offering 2GB of bonus data for 12 months, $50 worth of Google Play Store credit (credits expire December 30th, 2016), and a free Google Chromecast when you buy the 32GB Pixel XL for $349.99 on a two-year Share Everything Plus plan (offer expires Oct. 19.)
  • Bell is offering the 32GB Pixel XL for $549.99 when you sign up for a 2-year plan starting at $50 per month. If you're a new customer, you might be able to get additional discounts against the cost of your new phone if you inquire in-store.
  • Telus is offering the 32GB Pixel XL for $350 on a 2-year Premium Plus plan starting at $90 per month, or $550 on a 2-year Premium smartphone plan starting at $80 per month.
  • Fido is offering the 32GB Pixel XL starting as low as $550 on a two-year plan. They're also one of the few Canadian carriers to offer the 128GB Pixel XL, which starts at $680 on a two-year plan.

Other deals?

Have you noticed any other deals on the Pixel or Pixel XL? If so, be sure to drop a line in the comments letting us know where the deal is and why other people may be interested.